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- 21. Moonraker [Blu-Ray] (1979)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Unfortunately, that and the other strong supplements aren't enough to redeem Moonraker, for it remains a fairly lame movie. I like the Bond pictures and find enough fun in Moonraker to get me through it, but it's possibly the worst Bond to date. The Blu-ray provides very good picture and sound plus some fine supplements. Despite the poor quality of the f
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/moonrakerbr.shtml - 28k - 07 Dec 2018
- 22. Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season Seven [Blu-Ray] (1993-94)
"Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: After almost 180 episodes, I
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/sttngseason7br.shtml - 25k - 07 Dec 2018
- 23. Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season Five [Blu-Ray] (1991)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: While Season Five of Star Trek: The Next Generation seems less positive than the prior two years, it still manages to offer a lot of good entertainment. A few stinkers intrude on the set, but most of the shows appear good or better. The Blu-rays deliver strong picture and audio along with a nice array of bonus materials. TNG fans will be delighted with t
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/startrektngs5br.shtml - 26k - 07 Dec 2018
- 24. For Your Eyes Only [Blu-Ray] (1981)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Iím not quite sure I can recommend a second purchase for fans who already have the 2006 Ultimate Edition DVD, though. The Blu-ray offers superior visuals, but it doesnít provide a radical improvement over the very good DVD transfer. If you donít own the UE, then the Blu-ray is the way to go, but otherwise itís hard to justify the expense of the Blu-ray.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/foryoureyesonlybr.shtml - 29k - 07 Dec 2018
- 25. For Your Eyes Only: Ultimate Edition (1981)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Should folks who already own the prior release pursue this Ultimate Edition? Yes, as the UE presents significantly improved visuals along with a few tasty new extras. This is a good little upgrade. Starring Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet. MGM, $89.98, 12/12/2006.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/foryoureyesonlyue.shtml - 32k - 07 Dec 2018
- 26. Freeheld [Blu-ray] (2015)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: With a good cast and an important story, I hoped Freeheld would deliver a compelling drama. As hard as the actors try, however, the movie tends to drag and it lacks the emotional heft it needs. Starring Julianne Moore, Ellen Page. Lionsgate, $39.99, 2/2/2016.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/freeheld.shtml - 21k - 07 Dec 2018
- 27. Safe: Criterion Collection [Blu-Ray] (1995)
"Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: I
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/safebr.shtml - 22k - 07 Dec 2018
- 28. Octopussy (1983)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Octopussy gives us one of Roger Moore's better outings as Bond. That's somewhat faint praise, but it nonetheless remains a fun and generally solid film. Starring Roger Moore, Maud Adams. MGM, $26.98, 10/17/2000.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/octopussy.shtml - 25k - 07 Dec 2018
- 29. Jexi [Blu-Ray] (2019)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Ten years after The Hangover established them as a hot property, Scott Moore and Jon Lucas continue to mine the same smutty mine. Via Jexi, they do so with diminishing results, as they produce no laughs in this inane raunchy comedy. Starring Adam Devine, Alexandra Shipp. Lionsgate, $21.99, 1/14/2020.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/jexi.shtml - 20k - 03 Sep 2003
- 30. The Seventh Sign [Blu-ray] (1988)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Given its apocalyptic subject matter, The Seventh Sign boasts the potential to deliver a thriller experience. Unfortunately, it never capitalizes on its inherent strengths, so it turns into a sluggish, dull tale. Starring Demi Moore, Michael Biehn. Shout, $29.99, 9/11/2018.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/seventhsign.shtml - 20k - 07 Dec 2018
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